Re: Transmit an array to a function

maybe if you just pass the address of the "table" like this:
gtk_signal_connect (GTK_OBJECT(button),"clicked",GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(function),

then in the callback function you should be able to access your table like
this :
(taking into account that the data pass to the function is of this form :
gpointer vpData)
printf("%s\n", (*vpData)[3]);
try it maybe it work :-)

> Jean-Christophe Berthon wrote:
> >
> > I'm not sure about it but try this :
> > gtk_signal_connect
> > widget);
> > according that widget is the name of your array (GtkWidget *widget[20])
> > This should work, I think (thought I never tried it...)
> No it doesn't work. During the compilation I get it:
> warning: passing arg 4 of `gtk_signal_connect_object' from incompatible
> pointer type
> But, anyway the prog works even with this compilation error.
> I can avoid this error by using "(gpointer)widget" instead of "widget"
> In fact, it's not the point. The pb is that I can transmit widget[1]
> without any pb but I can't transmit the whole array in the same call.
> Idem if I want to transmit an array of char:
> char *caract[20];
> gtk_signal_connect
> (GTK_OBJECT(button),"clicked",GTK_SIGNAL_FUNC(function),(gpointer)carac);
> <-- won't work
> gtk_signal_connect
> <-- will work
> (Of course, I change the receiving function to sync with the call)
> So, I am really lost... It must exist a solution to transmit an array of
> any type, no?
> Anthony
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